Certified Product: Dell EMC™ Unity™ OE 4.2
Dell EMC™ Unity™ OE 4.2 (hereafter referred to as the Target of Evaluation, or TOE) from Dell EMC, was the subject of a Common Criteria evaluation performed by the Common Criteria Evaluation Facility at EWA-Canada. The evaluation was completed in September 2017.
The TOE is a midrange capacity storage system comprised of the Unity hardware platform and the Unity Operating Environment (OE) software. The Unity hardware houses the disks in the storage array which are managed by the storage processors. It provides Network Access Server and Storage Area Network services by interfacing with the front-end clients (application hosts) and the back-end storage disks. Application hosts (such as database servers, file servers, etc.) can access the Unity storage through traditional block and file protocols. The TOE presents storage to application hosts as a standard network-based virtual file server, or in the form of Logical Units to block-based client machines. The TOE is managed by authorized administrators through the Unified Element Management Command Line Interface (also known as the Unisphere CLI) and the Unisphere Graphical User Interface.
The scope of this evaluation is defined in the Security Target, which identifies assumptions made during the evaluation, the intended environment for the TOE, the security requirements to be met, and the level of confidence to which it is asserted that the TOE satisfies its IT security requirements.
The evaluation of the TOE determined that this Information Technology (IT) product implements the security functional requirements specified in the Security Target, and satisfies the requirements of EAL 2+ (ALC_FLR.2).
Consumers are advised to carefully review the Certification Report to gain an understanding of the security functionality, the evaluated configuration, and the intended operating environment for the TOE.
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